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#1 dave321

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Posted 20 February 2021 - 01:36 PM

anyone got the msds for the above ?


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Posted 20 February 2021 - 03:15 PM

MJG makes good stuff and the electrical tests are sound. Couldn't easily find the MSDS online (surprising), but I'm sure they'd be happy to abide if you email them at: info@electricmatch.com

 

So does Bilusocon (Chicom stuff), at half the price, with reliable shipping also from NJ (avoid lower pricing with overseas shipping...). It is your responsibility to determine whether there is any purchaser risk involved. You can imagine that QC probably isn't on par with American standards, but they're been used with good reliability to remotely ignite fireworks mortars, rockets, and visco (per MJG's Firewire line) by many... Please note that the MJG's J-tek ematch line requires an ATF User permit to purchase. Firewire and self-dip kits do not. Their site shows BP and composite igniters that are premade, but they're probably not available because they're impossible to select for online purchase.

 

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Posted 21 February 2021 - 02:20 PM

the msds i have is incomplete, only quoting pot pechlorate

(probably not wishing to disclose the composition)


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Posted 22 February 2021 - 10:34 AM

I had the same issue the other day.  I couldn't find one when I was responding to the FER e-match thread.  They claim that some of them are patented or at least patent pending,  I couldn't even turn those up, even with a somewhat deep dive for potential alternative names and assignees. 


Just so you guys quit asking, here is the link to the old forum. http://www.xsorbit2....forum/index.cgi

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Posted 22 February 2021 - 10:50 AM

yea i know, i have tried the same as well, the problem is once you disclose a composition,

even with ranges, the cat is largely out of the bag


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